UNH WILDCATS Featured Stories

By MARK QUIRK
Foster's Daily Democrat

DURHAM - Craig Lange's efforts will go down in the books as a second-place finish in the decathlon during the America East Championship last weekend, but they'll be remembered as much more.




DURHAM, N.H. — Travis Parker, Taylor Scull (Bedford, N.H.), Greg Taylor (Allentown, Pa.) and Brandon Williams (Hooksett, N.H.) recorded first-place finishes to lead the University of New Hampshire men's track and field team to Saturday afternoon's victory at the Wildcat Invitational III, which was held at the Reggie F. Atkins Track and Field Facility.




WORCESTER, Mass. - First-place finishes by David Bell (Bronx, N.Y.) in the high jump and Greg Taylor (Allentown, Pa.) in the triple jump led the University of New Hampshire men's track and field team to a second-place finish in a five team meet held at the College of Holy Cross in Worcester on Tuesday.




DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire men's track and field team captured first place in seven of the 20 scored earning them a second-place finish on Saturday at the UNH Wildcat Invitational II, which was held at the Reggie F. Atkins Track and Field Facility.




WORCESTER, Mass. – Junior Craig Lange (Manchester, N.H.) of the University of New Hampshire men's track and field team amassed a score of 6201 points to win the Holy Cross Crusades Decathlon on Thursday at the Holy Cross Multi-Meet.




DURHAM, N.H. — Timothy Perry (Bethel, Conn.) won the 5000-meter run, Mackenzie Kilpatrick (Concord, N.H.) bested the field in the 3000m steeplechase and David Ball (Orange, Vt.) captured first place in the high jump to lead the University of New Hampshire men's track and field team to Saturday afternoon's first-place finish at the UNH Wildcat Invitational, which was held at the Reggie F. Atkins Track and Field Facility.




ORONO, Maine — The University of New Hampshire men's track and field team captured first place in nine of the 19 events, but it was not enough as the squad dropped a dual meet to the University of Maine, 104-97, on Saturday at Maine.




DURHAM, N.H. — The University of New Hampshire men's track and field team opened the 2004 outdoor season last weekend as a split squad with student-athletes competing at both the Raleigh Relays hosted by North Carolina State and Northeastern University's Snowflake Classic.






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